Every year in May at Norwich City Football Club there is a charity football match raising money for the Community Sports Foundation (CSF). They work with people with disabilities and people from deprived areas. Jamie’s Game started in 2013 and over 8,000 people every year go to support CSF. The face of Jamie’s Game is Jamie Abbott, he has Down Syndrome and is a member of Norwich City Down Syndrome football team. Even though the charity match welcomes many well known celebrities, Jamie is the real superstar of the match!
This years Celebrities were: Terry Alderton, Sam Bailey, Adam Drury, Jimmy Constable, Scott Robinson, Harvey, Calum Best, Jay James, Jeff Brazier, Jake Wood, James Hill, Dean Gaffney, Kevin Cooper, Dan Edgar, Leon Rolle, Kesi Dryden, Tom Seller, Peter Mcdonagh, Gavin Ramjaun, Darren Kenton, Daz Everest, Liam Gatsby, Matt Lapinskas, Jim Chapman, James Argent, Jamie O’Hara, Max Morley, Dan Osborne, Darren Eadie, Sam Kelly, Tony Discipline, Danny-Boy Hatchard, Leon Bustin, Stevi Ritchie, Aaron Sidwell, Ian Haste, Piers Aggett
This is our second year going to Jamie’s Game and we absolutely love it, it makes a fantastic day out. The entertainment before the game and during half time is brilliant and they really know how to make the crowd excited. It’s amazing entertainment, celebs and football fun!
If you want to know more about Jamie’s Game then visit: http://www.jamiesgame.co.uk/
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